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Chelsea-Tottenham VAR farce over Lo Celso's clash with Azpilicueta overshadows Giroud's big moment

Frank Lampard addresses VAR after Giovani Lo Celso wasn't sent off for his tackle on Cesar Azpilicueta.
Steve Nicol directs blame at Mike Riley after Giovanni Lo Celso was not sent off in Spurs' loss at Chelsea.
Jose Mourinho bemoans Spurs' lack of striking options after his side lost 2-1 at Chelsea.

LONDON -- It really should all be about Olivier Giroud. The France forward, called in from the cold by Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, scored one and helped make the other to inspire his team to a crucial 2-1 London derby win against Jose Mourinho's Tottenham, but thanks to another episode of VAR farce, the story of this game was about a man in a video booth rather than a guy on the pitch.

There have been plenty of VAR controversies during the system's debut season in the Premier League, but none...

Chelsea's Lampard on VAR admitting error over Lo Celso red card: 'Not good enough'

Frank Lampard addresses VAR after Giovani Lo Celso wasn't sent off for his tackle on Cesar Azpilicueta.
Jose Mourinho bemoans Spurs' lack of striking options after his side lost 2-1 at Chelsea.

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has labelled the Premier League's VAR team's acceptance they should have issued a red card to Giovani Lo Celso during their 2-1 win over Tottenham as "not good enough."

Spurs' Lo Celso appeared to stamp on Cesar Azpilicueta and, despite the incident having been reviewed by VAR, referee Michael Oliver took no action.


However, it later transpired the VAR team accepted mid-game they had made an error, but Lampard -- whose Chelsea side saw two goals overturned for this...